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Cheltenham Festival, Gold Cup and much more…

If you like the buzz of a day at the races, Cheltenham Festival is the creme de la creme.  In the middle of March horse racing fanatics, owners and jockeys come from all over the world to compete for the glory.  And of course Cheltenham accommodation comes into its own.

Accommodation in Cheltenham boasts Regency period elegance and much more! Cheltenham’s group accommodation is quite unique and a great location to go for a UK city break.  Wealth and elegance can be seen in the fabulous Cheltenham accommodation.  There’s so much to see and do that you need to make your holiday cottage work for you!

Fabulous shopping

Fabulous shopping

 

When getting a group together for a celebration or a reunion, what could be better than spending time under one roof?  Cheltenham is an ideal place to spend time with a big bunch of people.  The Cheltenham Races are famous throughout the world and finding somewhere for a large group of people can be a bit tricky!  Then you need to make sure you have the flexibility to enjoy all that Cheltenham has to offer and a self-catering holiday cottage is definitely the way to go.

Perfect for browsing

Perfect for browsing

Cheltenham hosts a yearly Food & Drink Festival, founded in 2008 it aims to bring you the best that Gloucestershire has to offer in terms of local produce and exhibitors.  Cheltenham was recently voted as having the best farmers’ market in the region with stalls offering everything from free-range meat and chutney to fine wines. What better way to enjoy it then stock up the larder and make your self-catering holiday cottage in Cheltenham work for you?

Delicious shopping

Delicious shopping

All our self-catering group accommodation in Cheltenham has the best facilities – just take a look at what The Regency Townhouse has to offer.

With a state of the art open plan kitchen and facilities cooking can be a real pleasure when everyone can do their bit to produce a delicious celebratory meal together.

The Regency Townhouse

The Regency Townhouse

And remember, when you are splitting the cost of a group accommodation holiday, it really can work out as a very reasonable option and there is no better way to spend time with family and friends in the comfort of a luxury self-catering holiday cottage particularly in a place as wonderful as Cheltenham.

 

If you’re looking for something smaller, a lovely little bolthole in the Cheltenham area, we’d like to show you The Hideout Cheltenham – a kooky characterful cottage with an enchanting garden set off a quiet mews street in central Cheltenham. The Hideout Cheltenham is unique and different place to stay in every sense of the word.

The Hideout is totally unique

The Hideout is totally unique

The Cheltenham Apartment has two great sized bedrooms one with an en-suite, a well-equipped modern kitchen and a large lounge/diner with a log burner for those chilly nights.

French doors lead onto a private courtyard perfect for alfresco dining in the summer but if you would prefer to take things easy then all the bars and restaurants of Montpellier are just a short stroll away.

The Cheltenham Apartment sleeps 4

The Cheltenham Apartment sleeps 4

For more information about Cheltenham, Holiday Cottages in the UK or our Luxury Cottage Holidays please call the knowledgeable Mulberry Cottages booking team on 01227 464958 or email us on info@mulberrycottages.com, we’re here 7 days a week!

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